Pakistan hockey coach issues written apology over obscene gestures by players
Pakistan hockey coach issues written apology over obscene gestures by players

Pakistan hockey coach Shahnaz Sheikh on Sunday issued an official apology to FIH and Hockey India for the rude and obscene behavior of his players after their win against India in the semi-final of the FIH Men's Champions Trophy 2014 on Saturday.

Pakistan edge past India 4-3 to enter Champions trophy final
Pakistan edge past India 4-3 to enter Champions trophy final

A misfiring India squandered a golden opportunity to create history as they went down 3-4 against arch-rivals Pakistan in a high-voltage semifinal of the Hero Champions Trophy hockey tournament, here on Saturday.

Champions Trophy Hockey, 2nd semi-final: India vs Pakistan - As it happened...
Champions Trophy Hockey, 2nd semi-final: India vs Pakistan - As it happened...

Welcome to our live coverage of Champions Trophy Hockey tournament second semi-final between India and Pakistan, being played at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.

Tickets for Champions Trophy semifinal matches sold out
Tickets for Champions Trophy semifinal matches sold out

The tickets for tomorrow's semifinal matches of Hero Men's Champions Trophy, including the clash between arch rivals India and Pakistan, have been sold out, the organisers said on Friday.

Indian hockey on the cusp of making history, says Roelant Oltmans
Indian hockey on the cusp of making history, says Roelant Oltmans

High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans feels Indian hockey team is on the cusp of making history but said to achieve that Sardar Singh and Co will have to give their 100 per cent against arch-rivals Pakistan in the Hero Champions Trophy semifinals on Saturday.

Pakistan hockey community excited about India clash in Champions Trophy
Pakistan hockey community excited about India clash in Champions Trophy

Pakistan's hockey community is anticipating an exciting semi-final against arch-rivals India in the Champions Trophy but they believe a win is an absolute necessity for the future survival of the cash-strapped sport in the country.

Hockey Champions Trophy: Pakistan to unleash 9-11 attack on India
Hockey Champions Trophy: Pakistan to unleash 9-11 attack on India

Aiming to outwit India in the Champions Trophy semifinals, the Pakistan hockey team has devised a rather controversially-titled 9-11 strategy which they plan to unleash at the Kalinga Stadium, here Saturday.

Champions Trophy: India hammer Belgium, set-up semifinal date with Pakistan
Champions Trophy: India hammer Belgium, set-up semifinal date with Pakistan

India produced an inspirational performance with a magnificent come-from-behind 4-2 victory over Belgium to set-up a mouth-watering semi-final clash against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy hockey tournament, here on Thursday.

Will not back India during Indo-Pak cricket match: Malala Yousafzai
Will not back India during Indo-Pak cricket match: Malala Yousafzai

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai is ready to consider co-winner Kailash Satyarthi as her 'father' but when arch-rivals Pakistan and India face-off on the cricket ground, she is very clear whom to support.

India beat arch-rivals Pakistan to win Blind Cricket World Cup
India beat arch-rivals Pakistan to win Blind Cricket World Cup

India beat two-time winner and defending champions Pakistan in the summit clash to win the Blind Cricket World Cup (BCWC) on Sunday at Wally Wilson Cricket Ground in Cape Town .

20,000 Indians to travel to Adelaide for Indo-Pak WC clash
20,000 Indians to travel to Adelaide for Indo-Pak WC clash

The South Australian government is expecting around 20,000 Indian travellers for the marquee clash of the 2015 World Cup between fierce rivals India and Pakistan scheduled at the revamped Adelaide Oval on February 15.

India vs Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews blames batsmen for huge loss
India vs Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews blames batsmen for huge loss

Questioning the approach of his frontline batsmen, Sri Lankan skipper Angelo Mathews on Sunday blamed the 169-run loss against India in the opening ODI to the abject surrender by the visiting line-up on a good Barabati Stadium wicket, here.

List of abandoned cricket tours
List of abandoned cricket tours

Friday`s dramatic announcement that the West Indies` tour of India was being cut short because of a pay dispute involving their players was not the first time a major international cricket series had come to an unexpected end.

No possibility of shifting India-West Indies ODI from Vizag for cyclone: BCCI
No possibility of shifting India-West Indies ODI from Vizag for cyclone: BCCI

There is little possibility of shifting the venue of the India-West Indies third ODI from here despite the cyclone 'Hudhud' threat and the hosts Andhra Cricket Association hoped the match would be conducted smoothly on October 14, the BCCI said on Saturday.

India need to develop hockey from grassroots: PR Sreejesh
India need to develop hockey from grassroots: PR Sreejesh

Architect of India's memorable hockey win against Pakistan in the Asiad final, goalkeeper PR Sreejesh today said that the quality of domestic players was low and stressed the need to develop the sport from the grassroot level to get more international medals.

PCB counting on series with India, England next year
PCB counting on series with India, England next year

Desperately looking to boost its finances, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is counting on back-to-back "home" series against England and India next year in the UAE.

Ceasefire violations: Time for India to hit back

Amid continuous ceasefire violations, the Directors General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan held a meeting on Tuesday.

India to take on Pakistan in 4th match of ICC World Cup 2015

15 Feb 2015 is going to be uber special for the Indian cricket team fans as Team India will come face to face with Pakistan on the World Cup match that's going to happen in Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2015.

Asiad gold proved hockey is still alive in India: Roelant Oltmans
Asiad gold proved hockey is still alive in India: Roelant Oltmans

India's gold medal in the just-concluded Asian Games after a 16-year hiatus has proved that hockey is "still alive and kicking" in the country which has a rich history in the sport, feels High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans.